Teaching

Teaching Experience

Wharton Leadership in the Business World (LBW) Program, OID Module, 2019

• Role: Instructor 

• Independently designed and delivered lectures about basic business concepts in the digital age (with specific focus on artificial intelligence and big data) for high school students, offering a foundation to the cohort’s academic development. 


Wharton Tech Camp, 2018

• Role: Instructor 

• Independently designed and delivered lectures to equip incoming and current Wharton doctoral students with the technical skills and tools required for empirical research. Course website can be found at opim.wharton.upenn.edu/techcamp/2018/

• Topics covered: R & Python Basics, Command Line Basics, Data Acquisition, Data Summarization and Visualization, Causation vs. Prediction, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning & Foundations of Deep Learning.


OIDD 314/662 Enabling Technologies, Wharton, 2015 - 2017

• Role: Teaching Assistant

• TA for 2 Undergraduate sessions and 1 MBA session taught by Prof. Lynn Wu

• Assisted in developing a data science course project for students to make predictions on future automobile sales from Google Trends signals

• Provided extra data science sessions to instruct students to perform data analyses by R programming language


OIDD 101 Introduction to Operations, Information & Decisions, Wharton, 2019

• Role: Teaching Assistant

• TA for undergraduate classes with fundamentals in business and analytics, taught by Prof. Gerard Cachon, Prof. Sergei Savin and Prof. Santiago Gallino

• Assisted in the set-up of quizzes, graded problem sets and exams  

Teaching Interest

• Big Data Business Analytics (introductory or advanced level), Machine Learning and Econometrics, Relational and Distributed Database Management, Web Application and System Design

• Economics of Information Technologies, IT Strategy and Innovation, Special Topics in Artificial Intelligence / Digital Platform / FinTech / Healthcare IT / Social Media 

I have received the Certificate in College and University Teaching through Center for Teaching & Learning in University of Pennsylvania. 


My general teaching philosophy is to make all fundamental academic concepts and methodologies pertaining to emerging technologies accessible to everyone in this digital age. I have extensive teaching experience, interacting with diverse groups of students ranging from high school & undergrad to MBA & PhD. I embrace the value of accountability, fairness, inclusion, and transparency for economics of information systems.